OFF-ROAD SURF EXCURSIONS
BAJA CALIFORNIA SURF EXCURSION,
Pack your board bag and come hit the road with us. Explore the beaches and pointbreaks of Baja California on an off-road surf camping expedition. Spend the first day on the road, in between a few waves, some tacos and a boutique hotel, then head to remote stretches of coastline and camp directly in front of the surf for several days! Multiple waves for most levels, including pointbreaks, beachbreaks, reefs, and slabs. Bonfires, bbq's, hiking, fishing, off-road exploration, and more. All accommodations, camping equipment, food and beverages provided through a variety of options!
SEASON: All year
TRIP LENGTH: 4-14 days.
WE PROVIDE :
PICKUP/DROPOFF: San Diego residence or Airport(s): SAN. LTO, LAP SJD
ALL FOOD: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Taco stands, BBQ's + snacks, fruit, etc
DRINKS: Purified water, coco water, soda, beer, margaritas.
HOTEL w/ Restaurant and Bar.
BEACH CAMPING: All equipment provided.
TRANSPORTATION: All transportation in 4x4 Vehicle with Surf guide.
VISAS* (Passport + ID required)
What is not included?
4-5 DAYS $1195 ea.
7-8 DAYS $1695 ea.
We've been exploring surf in Baja for a few decades, and we're still searching for a new corner of reef or a secluded beach break, hoping to discover 'the wave of our dreams.' We found our fair share of epic sandbars, remote points, and empty perfection, and years of forecasting have us returning to some pretty special stretches of castline with minimal or no crowds. We travel in small groups to maintain a respectful reputation, and visit several points, beaches, reefs, and slabs in an off-road camping adventure, with amazing food and friends, non-stop wave searching adventure, and sunsets around the bonfire!
Bring your bag, wetsuits, and boards!
Hotel includes room with 2 queens and bathroom, dinner at the restaurant, beers and margaritas.
Camp includes a 3 season tent with our favorite modern air mattress, pillow and all linens / comforter.
Food includes all meals, snacks, drinks. We absolutely love large, healthy portions of nutritious food, authentic Mexican cuisine, tacos, cooked fish, fresh fish, steak, and vegetable over the campfire... we cover just about everything across the border, and have no problem cooking for vegans and gluten free diets.. Food Q & A
Waves range from intro level sand pointbreaks and beachbreaks, to reefy pointbreaks, heavy beachbreaks and slabs. Our mission is to check more than a dozen surf spots and surf as much as possible. Depending on the forecast we will discuss the spots before departure. Our booking form allows us to start planning your trip based on when you can travel.
Seasons: Year around travel with warmest water in July-November.
Recommended wetsuit and booties*
*we always recommended booties as a travel precaution for rocks and reef.
Nov - December: 3/2
January - May: 4/3
June - July: 3/2
August - October: 2/2
Round Trips from: San Diego, Loreto*, La Paz*, or Cabo San Lucas*.
One-way Trips* from / to any of the following: San Diego, Loreto, La Paz, or Cabo San Lucas.
We often provide one-way trip to and from San Diego to Baja airports upon request, which will prompt us to post a special offer for the return trip. Subscribe here, to take advantage of those deals when they come up- or send us an message with your desired 'one-way' details!
The Peninsula de Baja California has around 1900 miles of coastline, with more than 1000 miles of this coast exposed to an array of swells in the Pacific Ocean, and the other portion is bathed in the stunning warm waters of the Cortez Sea. This coastal desert of pristine beaches, wildlife, and cactus blossoms, stretches for hundreds of miles with networks of intricate coastal roads reaching remote bays and sandy points. These winding coastal paths were often created centuries ago and still used for fishing exploits, along with the occasional traveler, exploring far off the beaten path. This extensive coastline, and its variety of beaches and limited access, is home to some of the most exclusive waves on the planet. Some are easier to access than others, some rarely surfed, and others barely explored, preserved by their remoteness.